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Merry Christmas from Pro-Life Wisconsin!




Over 2,000 years ago, in a cold and uninviting stable in a small town in the Judean countryside, a miracle happened. God, the creator of the entire universe, became a baby! 

Jesus became a small and helpless child because he loved us and wanted us to have abundant life. He came to triumph over death and assure us of eternal life.

At Pro-Life Wisconsin, we are committed to proclaiming this Gospel of Life in its fullness! We won't rest until the dignity of every human person, made in the image and likeness of God, is recognized, cherished, and protected. We will continue our labors until the culture of death no longer harms the weak and defenseless among us. 

Of course, our critical, life-saving work is made possible by you! All of us at Pro-Life Wisconsin are so very thankful for your generous support of our life-saving work.

May God richly bless you and yours this Christmas and in the New Year ahead!

ACT NOW! Register for the March for Life Pilgrimage today!
 



Time is running out, so be sure to register for Pro-Life Wisconsin's pilgrimage to Washington D.C. for the March for Life before it's too late! Join approximately 500,000 other passionate pro-lifers in calling for an end to abortion. You will never forget this life changing experience! Travel is by motor coach and the pilgrimage includes two nights at the Capitol Hill Hyatt. Call 262-796-1111 ext. 11 to for details or to register today! If you are sent to voicemail, please leave your name and phone number and Peggy Hamill will call you back promptly to give you more details.

Pro-Life News

Affiliate Activities

Price County Respect Life will hold a day to remember, January 25 at St. Paul's Church in Catawba. "Love Them Both......41 Years of Roe VS Wade" will start at 9 a.m. with rolls and coffee and include several speakers including Michelle Martin of Ladysmith's CareNet and Pat and Jeanette Gierl. We hope to have testimonies from young women also. Lunch will be served at 12:15 and an option of Eucharistic Adoration and Confession will be offered at 1;00 p.m., concluding at 2:00 p.m. A free will offering can be made. 
 
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Courtesy Announcements


The January All-Night Vigil of Reparation will be at St. Anthony's Church, 9th & Mitchell, Friday and Saturday, January 3rd and 4th.The opening Mass is Friday night at 8 PM, followed by a procession with the Blessed Sacrament. Adoration, talks, community prayers and confessions throughout the night, concluding with First Saturday Mass at 5 AM. Come for the opening Mass if you can; then stay as long as you like. If you need a ride or more information, call 414-254-2790.
 
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December 23, 2013

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